Designing Effective Serious Games: Opportunities and Challenges for Research

@article{Bellotti2010DesigningES,
  title={Designing Effective Serious Games: Opportunities and Challenges for Research},
  author={Francesco Bellotti and Riccardo Berta and Alessandro De Gloria},
  journal={iJET},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={22-35}
}
Serious Games represent an acknowledged potential for instruction, because they are able to strongly motivate learners. They can also provide immersive environments where advanced users can practice knowledge and skills, also exploiting multimodal interaction. They can combine the effectiveness of computer processing and data storage, with high levels of attractiveness. Our work has investigated the state of the art research on SGs, starting from the cognitive aspects, that are necessary in… CONTINUE READING
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